Walter Whitley, OD, MBA, FAAO serves as the Director of Referral Services and Residency Program Supervisor at Virginia Eye Consultants in Norfolk, Virginia where his practice encompasses ocular surface disease, glaucoma, surgical co-management, clinical research and the supervision of an extensive referral network.
Is Dry Eye Disease a Systemic Problem? An Eye Doctor’s Journey
Dr. Whitley talks about neurological dry eye with Dr. Diana Driscoll. Learn more about Parasym Plus Eyes™ and Vagus nerve support at: https://vagusnervesupport.com/parasym-plus-eyes/ Click Here to read the transcript of this podcast.
The Evolution of MGD: Candid Conversation with Caroline Blackie
This podcast presents a discussion with Dr. Caroline Blackie, Senior Medical Director for Johnson & Johnson Vision, where she shares her thoughts on where we’ve been and where we are going to effectively address meibomian gland dysfunction. Caroline Blackie: Well, thank you, Walt. It’s great to be here today. And in particular, it’s wonderful to […]
Addressing Dry Eye Flares: Early Anecdotes and Experiences with Dr. Adam Ramsey
Eysuvis, a new FDA-approved corticosteroid that is indicated for the short-term treatment, up to two weeks, of the signs and symptoms of dry eye disease. Patients often have periods of exacerbation called dry eye flares, where their dry eye symptoms can be triggered by digital screen time, seasonal allergies, contact lens wear, and AC use. […]
Dropping the Mic on Demodex: The Final Word by Dr. Bobby Azamian on Blepharitis
Dr. Whitley talks with Dr. Bobby Azamian, co-founder, president and CEO of Tarsus Pharmaceuticals, about a topic that we haven’t addressed before on the Dry Eye Coach Podcast, which is addressing an unmet need for 25 million Americans: Demodex blepharitis. Tarsus is developing TP-03, which is a drug that has the potential to be the […]
Incorporating Clinical Trials into Your Practice
Walt: Hi, welcome to Dry Eye Coach podcast. My name is Walt Whitley. Today we’re going to talk about ways for practices to start running dry eye trials. Clinical research is a critical element to improving the options and solutions available for patients. For some practices, there are so many unknowns and question mark they don’t […]
Innovators in the Dry Eye Space: Zac Denning, Dr. Tim Trinh, and Dr. Peter Pham
Walt Whitley: Hi. I’m Dr. Walt Whitley with Dry Eye Coach podcast. Thank you all for joining us. Today our topic will be a conversation with innovators in the dry eye space. Our guests include three key industry executives from small, innovative companies focused on dry eye. Our first guest is Zac Denning, director of […]
If you have any desire to bring dry eye into your practice this podcast will certainly help, lots of good pointers and up to date information